Keeping into account the contemporary world, when economic decline has been at its peak, and no commodity has retained its value, gold has been receiving immense amount of interest in terms of value and worth. Investors have started looking upon it as a stable source of investment through which they can gain a lot of profit without facing any loss in the long run.
Yet, the fact cannot be ignored that gold is, above all, a beautiful ornament. It has become a commodity in the world of today, yet there was a time when it was employed and purchased extensively for jewellery purposes. Even nowadays, people who have a lot of jewellery collection are considered as people with secured future. Yet, if you notice, for them, gold still stands as a beautification ornament. It is an embellishment of their personality and tends to enhance your outlook with a certain aura of dominance.
Therefore, you may find how much gold necklaces have been in demand for centuries. Traditionally speaking, gold has been very popular in Arabic and Asian Countries, where gold is considered as a compulsion to be worn on occasions and various formal events. Since it can be moulded into any form, you may see how gold is worn as necklaces, rings, earrings, bangles etc.
Focusing on gold necklaces, many stones have also emerged that can be blended together and give an altogether enhanced and attractive look. For instance, you may easily find gold necklaces studded with emerald, pearls, sapphire and rubies. These stones are highly precious yet you may simply find replicas all across the globe. Stones tend to be more prominent in a necklace. They serve as the colours that are added to a canvas. When it comes to stones, the value of gold and its weight is augmented.
Although these may look very attractive, but when u want to modify any change in the outlook of the necklace, the stones are not given any value until and unless they are original.
You may find gold in various forms. Some are labelled as designers, classic, modern and some fancy. They have different shapes and designs, but all inculcate a traditional look.
When you go to a jewellery shop, you shall see a wide range of gold necklaces that would include hand crafted harem, floral necklace sets that are usually studded with synthetic stones, and gold necklaces that are fitted with marquise-shaped emeralds. You may also find gold harem for brides, traditional hand-crafted gold necklaces, and rhodium coated ones and some are antique styled. You may also get hold of party wear necklaces that are studded with stones like emeralds, rubies and sapphires.
Lastly, you may also observe how Indian women tend to wear “mangalsutra” that are usually gold necklaces with various beads. Most are usually black in colour, but as the time is progressing, people have started showing some bent of interest towards other stones like rubies, emeralds, sapphires and pearls as well.